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Martin Czernowalow


$5bn SADC hydropower project launched Restricted

The $5-billion Inga III hydropower project, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was officially launched on Friday with the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) by five Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 25th October 2004
 

Diamond sector will face export duties under new law Restricted

South African Minister of Minerals and Energy Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka last week made it clear that government intends to impose an export duty on the country’s diamond sector to encourage local beneficiation.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 22nd October 2004
 

Kumba-Anglo in move to develop Oz coking-coal project Restricted

In a bid to further consolidate its position in Australia, South African iron-ore giant Kumba Resources has entered into a 50:50 joint venture with its main shareholder, Anglo American, to develop a coking-coal-mine in central Queensland.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 21st October 2004
 

Strike ends at Impala Platinum Restricted

South African number two platinum producer Impala Platinum Holdings (Implats) yesterday announced that it has reached a wage agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), bringing to an end a strike that started on September 30.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 13th October 2004
 

Supply not the main impediment to gem beneficiation Restricted

South African Diamond Board chairperson Abbey Chikane yesterday urged the downstream diamond sector to prepare for a flood of rough diamonds that will become available to local beneficiators, and urged diamond producers to position themselves to...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 13th October 2004
 

Diamond sector will face export duties under new law Restricted

South African Minister of Minerals and Energy Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka yesterday made it clear that government intends to impose an export duty on the country's diamond sector to encourage local beneficiation.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 12th October 2004
 

Gold group's SA resources fall offset by global gain Restricted

South African gold producer Gold Fields on Friday reported a decrease in its South African mineral resources, which were partially offset by an increase in mineral resources from international projects.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 11th October 2004
 

No platinum sector wage deal yet Restricted

Wage negotiations to end a strike in the South African platinum sector were still continuing late yesterday afternoon, as management of two of the world's largest platinum producers and organised labour attempted to reach agreement on wage increases.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 8th October 2004
 

Hulett 'disappointed' with antidumping ruling Restricted

South African-based producer of aluminium rolled products Hulett Aluminium yesterday said that the US Department of Commerce (DOC) has ruled, in an antidumping case filed against the group in the US, that a dumping margin of 3,5% existed - a...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 7th October 2004
 

Angloplat hopeful of signing wage deal soon Restricted

The South African platinum sector will find out today whether the five-day-old strike at the world's largest platinum producer, Anglo Platinum (Angloplat), will come to an end.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 7th October 2004
 

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